This Waterpark Campground In Georgia Belongs At The Top Of Your Summer Bucket List
Nothing could be better than combining two incredible summer activities: camping and a water park. Luckily for us Georgians, or those lucky enough to call Georgia a summer vacation destination, we have the perfect waterfront spot that allows tent and RV camping with an action-packed waterpark nearby. Jekyll Island Campground is one of the very few campgrounds with water parks. Get ready to put this weekend adventure at the top of your summer bucket list.
To find Jekyll Island Campground, visit: 1197 Riverview Dr, Jekyll Island, GA 31527. Summer Waves Waterpark is located a few miles down the road at 210 S Riverview Dr, Jekyll Island, GA 31527-0935. Jekyll Island Campground encourages reservations to stay ahead of time, which can be made by visiting the website.
There are some nice campgrounds in Georgia, but a waterpark campground, what more could you ask for this summer? Are there any campgrounds with water parks near you? Share your favorite places to camp with a comment.
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Are there any waterparks in Georgia?
Georgia has quite a few waterparks to cool off in the summertime, including campground waterparks to full-on amusement parks with whole sections devoted to water play. Here are a few of the best waterparks in Georgia:
- Six Flags White Water, Marietta, GA: Six Flags knows how to put together fantastic amusement parks and water parks. White Water is one of the most well-known and perhaps the best Georgia water park. With 69 acres of water-splashing fun, you really can't go wrong.
- Wild Adventures Splash Island, Valdosta, GA: Grab your suits and head to the 20,000-square-foot wave pool at Wild Adventures. With a cool Tiki-themed kid's area with a giant dump bucket and giant slides for the big kids (us big kids, too) this waterpark in GA will keep coming back again and again.
- Helen Tubing and Waterpark, Helen, GA: Not only do they have a cool waterpark with slides, a man-made lazy river, and swimming pools, but you can go tubing on Helen River itself. This natural lazy river is a wonderful adventure to enjoy on a hot day. The ride lasts about 2.5 hours.
- Lanier Islands Beach & Waterpark, Buford, GA: What better way could there be to enjoy a hot summer day than at the beach - unless the beach also had a massive waterpark! This is a pretty incredible waterpark with massive slides, a bubble foam pit, wave pools, mini golf, and a sandy beach. Grab a Summer Chill Pass and come as many times as you want all summer long.